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TII~URSDAY, 1.)iCI:IB3,IC IS, 19-9

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

,PAGE SEVEN

COUMNh? COLUMN
CLOSES U L LOSEI
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

FOR SALE
MAN'S HEAVY'Y WEIGHT Winter
Overcoat. Very (desirable. Never:
worn. Half price. Call 2:328-W.
DESIRABLE Six room house near'
., Washtenaw. All modern. Location
is excellent for teachers or stu-
S dents in the University. Low i price
and good terms. Call Mr. Sargee.nt
with Charles L. Brooks. 015 (ays o 8 vnns
CHRIISTMAS TREES!
s}Get your tree from Rhead. Come and
see our line.. This is the "home of1
natural trees" for the church, home,
and school. Rhead's trees are theE
best.
RHIEAD PACKING CO.
r 525 Detroit St.

$10.00 RE~WARD
To. the fist peGrson furnishing in-
formation leading to location of
KIMBALL PIANO No. 1, shipped to
Louis II. Clement, Ann Armor, Mich-
igan.
KIMBALL PIANO COMPANY
1436 Broadway,
Detroit, Michigan.
S8'UUI7)EN7'S ATTENTION!
We will be open evenings starting
Dec. 15. Special attention will be
given to all Christmas orders.
Arnold State Street Jewielry Store
102 S. State Street
PLANTS, FLOWERS, Bouquets and{
corsages are lal appropriate Christ-
mas gifts. Wire' home some holi-
(lay cheer to mother sister or even
your SWEETHEART. 1)0 it now=!
And avoid tne rush.
FLOWERDAY & SON
Nickels' Arcade

I M I SC f lANE0FJS
BOXED CIIRI .T\AS (GIFTS
APPLIED AIZTIS
2 Nkckeis' Arcadh. Opp. Sub-station
HIAND MADE Leather goods make
an idleal gift.
A P PLI.ED ARTS
2 Nickels' Arcade Opp. Sub-station
PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
ECARDS ENGRAVED1 or PRINTED
['roper engraving takes time. Select
one of our many attractive, exclu-
S sive designs and place your order
now.
0. D. .MORRILL
14r & 17 Nickels' Arcade,
ALL s .iND,)of 1 r .nk andl door keys.
lvil Feller, Phone 24198. 1210 W.
Ihuron.
Dt~&~rt~ cfAlso
e Wi'P lIfles
~exE~~r~~?CA 1TTEJR'S
a _ CoponBooks
fAS> 111

FOUNAINPEN RECPAIRING PIT ,R a h 1 C a sfe "Qu
IF YOUR Pen fails, have it recpaircd V1I0 A PO1J S 1 F e d T e D iy " lsiid ou n
by penmakers at r n1 nto f ir'
It costs 1Tou no more. 24hIhour ser- M
vice or better. C. A. Stevens, 25, edit or of the I it "p "'t e
WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain 1925 FrE il a eeil p
t spens of Rider wvhere you can get; pointed the staff which 'will assist=
adjustments by pen specialists, him in publishing the Bible for next _ tes or o ye r
;I)DER'S MEN SHOTP year, and is outlining plans which for- o-
302 State Street will allow the staff to wor~k on this jis~g!
BEAUTY SHIOPPE.S tion..C. G. Beckwith, '25, has been
named___________ as assistant editor, a position =-
MCKADC.whiichi has b~een added to the staff, ==
3rd Floor Main St. since last year. F. H. Shlillito, 127, A-
Permanent Waving and Marcelling has been appointed sports editor, and
IE SE R S anCy B. H arsh, '25, w o en's editor. -=I x_
___________________________Bennie Caplan, '26, who haed intended
Give her a rug for Christmas. New' to handle the business work of the!
shipment received this week. Mrs.' Bible, resigned from his 'position and a
H. B. Merrick, 928 Church Street.j has been replaced by Milton C. Kane,
'27, wh-o has not as yet namned his as--
- 4 "IV.U11II sistants.2
-- -_____-- I Next year 4,000 copies of the Bible
AREW'4ARD of $50.00 will be paid 1will be printed, conipar~ed to'the 3,500
for the arrest and conviction of the prinited this year, an increase made,--~
person or persons involved in the necessary because of the growing ie- V ets(os C iU s.U&~
theft of a 1aramo unt banjo and! mand for the volumes on the campus.
Saxaphone from Phi Chi house. 2cI CKEL.S AfR A D "
1219 Washtenaw. After a short 'business freeting of d
night in the Union, Papers by Coni-
___________________________________________________- - -fl - -~litl L

HOME NEAR TIHE CAMPUS
Six room house in convenient loca-
tion for family with University con-
nections. Located in the Wvas-
tenaw district (523 Li n den St.)
near the campus arnd near the ew
Angell school. There are hiardwoodl
floors throjagiouI, fireplace and1
spacious closets. The heating sys-
tern is utnusually effiient and sat-
isfactory. rTherQH is a good garage
and the lot is well shriibbed. The
owner has recently moved and(i cn
give imnmediate possession. Terms
if desired.
F. E. Bartell, Phone 3511-M
RADIO IPORTABLE 'Trli(e tube set.
Gives fine results. Cost $100. Will
sacrifice for $55 cash. 21 u: State
Street. Phone 39G.
FOR SALE, Tuxedo size 36. Inquire
at romICE,48 Lawyver's Club. Price
is reasonable.
CONN E-FLAT'l Burnishedl gold saxa-
pihone a good as new. Original
cc,;t $240. Our special price $160.
UTNIVE+RSITY MVUSIC HOUSE
TUXEDO ike new. Cheap. (all o
see Becker Lawyer' Club .-21.
1 WONDERFUL Value in Teno taliji
including resoniator and case, 37.50.
q UNIVE+RS1Tpy M[TI( S 5-'
tAN UNUSUfAL Opporunity for a.lDen
tist to step in to a fully equi pped
dental office with a large clietele'
in1Det roit. elling 0lon account of
death. Phone 3183-R. Ann Arbor.
A COO) BA.JO- UKE $5
UNIVERSITY M 115W 1IlOUS
Corner of William a n l Maynard
WAN\TED
SOME ONE TO Read about two hours
a lay daring Christmalis va(tti0I.
Preference will be given to stul-
(ebi, doinig work il English it era-
S ture. Fu rt her inornmation call
170-J.
WANTED) TWO Passngers going to
r centralI indiana satning Saturday
morning. Route throug h Fort
Wayne, Huntington, Wabash, and
Peru. Call Rody, La wyer%, Club.
s COLORED MAN Midle ageV, would
like position as chef in fraternty.
Good references. Phone 215-R. f
ILOST
LOST Pair of glasses Mlonay after-
noon. Reward. (Call 452.
LOST Young black aind t an police dog.
Ansawers to namie "Eric.' Reward.
1105 Oakland Ave. Phone 24.
I LO T Kappa,, ap pa aC11111211plain
pin. Call 3I0.
LOST White gold pinl set ini di amionds;
" anti sapphbires, Friday nighlt at
Union. Rewar. Call 3319 o 81:
11i11 St.L. :Lake.
ON MAIN (.TI1 F EET Near Mackd's
(dothbiW si-fore, a plr of lea her
-loves 1in a ta;ohage. Will finder
R please pb(}ie 27:12-.
LOSTl Small roll f bills, about tlen
I dollrs, ol -;timus n r ibrry or~
Cheini-; VyL lin.Phone I920-1

SOLID Mahogany Martha Washingtonj
Sewing Cabinets. Finest gradle at
KOCII ANT) IIENNE
!yCHRISTMAS NOVELTIES!
A fine selection of bead necklaces,
chokers, and new barettes and(;
other novelties. PALAIS ROYAL,
109 W. Liberty.
CHRISTMAS CARDS of Distinction
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels' Arcade Opp. Sub-station

QUALITY (SHOP
An unusual array of seelected collar
and! cuff sets dlaint ilyv embhroidered
in colors on linen. Special price,
$1.25. These are very useful Christ-
nnagilts.
SEE OUR SPLENIDID Line of foun-
tain pensl for Christmas gifts. $1 to
$8. Room 2, 711 N. Univ. 2nd floor.
FOR RENTr
TO STUDENT A1 warms clean room in
good location. 429 S. Division.
TYPE WRItTERIlS

LET YOUR GIFTS be bloom~ng plants nionlore iM'iner, '5 ,on "Automtic;I
or cut flowers this Christmas. ~eE Steaving-gears for Steamn-propelled
will not raise our prices. Ann Arbor,! Shi~s" were read aniddiscused.
Floral Co. 122 E. Liberty, Phonej
1630.1 Don't delay-Pay your Subscription

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today.

SHlOES

CHRISTMAS FOUJNTAIN PET
Make Dad happy. Buy him a.
Masterpen. It may be the first
isfactory Fountain Pen hie has
had. Just bring a sample of
writing, we can fit him exactl
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 S. State St.
NOTI1CE
Before going home see our lir
beautiful presentation Four
Pens andl Eversharp Pencils.
lady or gentleman, hand pa
sets, green gold, yellow gold
silver. All purchases sent of
ornate C"hristmnas attire, at
ItI13:t R' 7 PEN SHIOP
Pen Specialists

NS
Rider
t sat-
ever
it his

y. BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged,
1cleaned and repaired. We have
nearly all makes. We suggest that
you buy Corona Four and save
e i about $40.00. Tfime payments if de-
nti~ sired.
For 0n . D. MORRILL
Fotr 17 Nickels' Arcade.
tinted Ann Arbor's Oldest 'yerie1Soe

t AI:9 BOO 30 TER _________________ _ _
Wiwiev,' Thealre Bldg. First. Floor D U N
We supp~ly the increasingdeadD
for good shoes at a fair price. -- ---
Ladies O~ress Slippers and Men's (Col-'
leg ate Shoes Learn to dance. Start now. Open
:C)ceusive agency for Educator Shoes. daily, 10 a. in. to 10 p. m. Adult class
Take a pair home to Mlother, Dad, kid i every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
s;ister or brother for a Christmas gift. -ois lsn fr$.0.Eolnw.
omen 11 A. M. to 9 P. MA. Phone 2240-J' TERRACE GARDElN
RathWatAsDANCING STUDIOS
Red heWat ds22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-It
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Firs0t x'ional muBank -
Organized 186:3
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
TRUS'T DEPARTMENT
Oldesi [national Batik in Michigan

e are Headquarters,
for the
Single or in Sets. Call and see
our fine selection. Green Gold,
Yellow Gold, Silver and 1--ubber
Penciis and Sets.
Ts i 71? un i t 1 2;.II nd hasr--al quality.

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O~(R SALP A IRIengton Portable
typewriter. Geo. S. Register, 604 E.
Mlad isol. Tel. 1.809.
FO'4UNTAI.N PEN UNK{
WHVIY Experiment with viscuous ink
when you can always buy good ink
from RIDER'S PEN SHOP.

LANDLADIES- ;STUDENT.Ys
DON'T Overlook the opportunity tor
save on many household necessi-
ties at The Economy Second Hand;
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789t-M.
We sell whal t you do want ano buy
what you (lon'L want.
s'AR STORIAGEI~ Steam hteat. Phone

302 State est.

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Brasses, beads, emroider~ed linens
\lr.. B1. Merrick

1514-W. 617 A.lain. Ch1as. KMager. '2one <8150

928 Church St.

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BASILE SIBAIICHICII

IRX. PACKTOYA

Basile Kibalchich, wvhose Russian Symphonic Choir matieaoa
ausp~icious American dlebut in two N dew York recitals last April, wa-;
born in TIchernig~ov, Southern Russia, in tihe center of a iregion which
is rich in folk-lure, folk songs and a popular love for choral singing,
hardly equalled in any other p~art of the world.
NEW YORK PIRESS COMMENTS
The chorus not only sings but hums, and' by mecans of fine gi ^.dia
t)ins of tone andl accent ofiten suggests a string (,relesra. The sing-
ing has the sincerity and the tr'ue musicality of the Rusolan nature
and there is the basis of a fine technical achiievemeuL.
-Olin Downes in New Fork Times, April 17, 192-4.
There is an extraordinary finesse inr th-e plixr~sctreatment and in
the nuancing. 'i'he deljiae i~radi101sni of the 'dY fallies evokes olitinl-
'ana amhiration, and~ the musical nanagenent of accent shows the
fruit of long t raining.
--W. .1. ende'rson in New Yolk Sun, April 17, 1924.
The~ Russian Musical invasion of this city had another delightful
addition yesterday afternoon whenr the Kfibaichich Russian Sym phoni".
Choir gave its first American conc ert at the Town Hall.
--Gireua Bennett in New York American, Apili 7, 1921.
One of I le iao,,t liri1H,.a;g experienies e ha:ve had ini the c'on.
ceii room this sea siio was the perforrrnice (of a"('redo" by (xreteh-
4rriinov, the words intoned with a resonant intensity by Miss Ivanova,
a young m~ezzo) of the choir, against a. background by the other sinners.
-Irving Well in New York Jlournal, April 7, 1924.
Thel result N a volumif of tone -which ight have comie from on-,
,serisitive anid perfectly tamed instruient except th ti these singers -Id
1 heir owen spirit of very liuhuan jioy 'and uelanchioly.
-New York World, April 7, 1924.
Altogether thle appeal iade by the Anlierican debut of the Kibal-
chickh Russianm Symphonic C'hoir yesterday afternoon was, effective and
1115 eli tan cous.
--New Ytork Telegram ahd Mail, April 7, 1924.
;Mr. Kibalehich (Ieul~nnStrated coniiVncingly that lie knew his busi-
ness. His complete control of a fine range of dynamics, his regardl for
vocal details amnd melodic outline and the resulting product lead to the
hope that the new choir~ may be heard again in the near~ future.

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wich~e alous~i ioPai I sn; L a larvolous andlaan
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